Once in awhile a post will end up in an inappropriate category. For example, let's say I'm a poster with a question about Prozac (but maybe I also happen to be a Hypochondriac - which I in fact am!). Initially, I decide to post my question in the "Medications & Therapy" forum because my question is predominantly about Prozac. But then I suddenly decide that since the Hypochondria forum has 10 times as many threads, perhaps I'd get more (or a faster) replies and so I post my prozac question there. So what happens is that we end up with a zillion posts all concentrated in one forum (the Hypochondria forum) and the other forums start to get a little lonely because they aren't getting any attention
Also, what happens is that folks looking for information in the Medications & Therapy forum miss out on all the medication-related posts that wrongly ended up in the Hypochondria forum. Now it's no secret that the Hypochondria forum is busier than a wild west saloon in the summertime but please don't feel like your being picked on if you post a question about the best way to grill cheeseburgers in the Hypochondria forum and it gets moved to the "General Topics" forum or you post a question about Paxil in the Hypochondria forum and it gets moved to the "Medications & Therapy" forums by either myself or one of the Moderators because it is our job to organize posts here in a way so that topics are easy to find and in relevant categories.
Think of it this way...your looking through a cookbook trying to find a recipe for apple pie but you never find it because the author of the book put it under "Chicken Dishes" instead of "Desserts". A forum works the same way
- Regards, GreyGoose